Contains text of a letter by Pierfrancesco Giambullari in which he describes the arrival of "Donna Helionora di Tolledo" (cf. p. 3) in Florence, a detailed description of the triumphal arches erected on the occasion of her arrival, text of songs, and the allegorical costume worn at the pageant
Pages 67-171 contain: Il commodo, comedia di Antonio Landi, relating to the wedding of Cosimo I de Medici and Eleonora of Toledo
Library's copy 2 includes additional two blank leaves at the end, preceding the final fly-leaf, the second blank has a woodcut ill. on verso
Library's copy 3 is inscribed in ink by old hand on front fly-leaf
No table of contents. No page numbers. Narrow margins. Foxing.